Educate 160 Colombian orphans and conflict victims


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By a male, 31-45 years old, in Busia, Kenya
Map of SHELTER It was the year 2002 when June 98 youth group from Bukhayowest location Busia district recieved grand of 36000 from peace child international through Kenya orphans rural Development programme. on "BE THE CHANGE" program on shelter. Group members sat down and identified 3 groups of people to assist on shelter i:e the orphans,HIV + affected and the widows and widowers. Group members who were youths volunteered to work in construction of 4 grass thatched houses for the identified needy peoplefrom the grand which is now still helping the beneficiaries although one widower died in the year 2006 of HIV/AIDs and left behind 3 orphans. The beneficiaries of the project were the orphans of the age 6-12 years, the widows who were 75 years old. Read more.
Related to project keywords: orphans, helping, child, work, groups
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Project Leader

Paola Andrea Delgado Ángel

NGO Coordinator
Bogota, D.C. Colombia

Where is this project located?

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